Limits of the spatial extensions of the model - flow- or mass/heat transport- conditioning sections or points (see boundary conditions below).
A boundary is a verbal communication that sets limits on what we accept or tolerate from others. That includes how others treat usâ€¦..how they speak to usâ€¦â€¦what weâ€™ll give to them or what we'll accept from them. Boundaries are lines that draw and define ourselves. Boundaries teach others how to treat us.
the spatial and temporal conditions and practical constraints under which environmental data are collected. Boundaries specify the area or volume (spatial boundary) and the time period (temporal boundary) to which the decision will apply. Samples are then collected within these boundaries.
A limit, a bound, anything marking a limit.
In borderline personality disorder patients, the concept of boundaries involves a sense of respect for another person's personal space. Since BPD patients often have difficulty with this, treatment often involves setting limits to teach and underline boundaries.
Physical (time and space) and psychological boundaries are limits we establish for ourselves in order to be safe or to feel safe, or to maintain our mental health. Examples of boundaries in this work may be guidelines for acceptable telephone calls unless made in an extreme emergency, accessibility to one's home, the time one is willing to offer etc. Boundaries may also refer to the division between various roles as in the differences in expectations for the role of the Core Member, a Circle volunteer, and the local initiative co-ordinator.
Lines indicating the limits of countries, states, or other political jurisdictions. On maps, boundaries are shown as straight lines, dotted lines, or going through mountains or water.
The natural limits of a process, defined as where the process begins and where the process ends.
Spatial boundaries are set on the basis of the geographical limits of project impacts. Temporal boundaries deal with the timing and the life span of the impacts arising from the project. Jurisdictional boundaries refer to the legal requirements to which the project must adhere.
The perimeters or limits of a parcel of land as fixed by legal description which is usually a metes and bounds description.
Lines indicating the limits of countries, states, or other political jurisdictions, or different air masses.
Limits placed on a system in order to define and isolate it for description. Boundaries are sometimes arbitrary conveniences but necessary to create comprehensible wholes. Boundaries are always relative and do not always exist in reality.
The battalion and company defense areas that are limited because of terrain features and avenues of approach. Company boundaries immediately forward of the FEBA assign responsibility for an avenue of approach to a company, preferably the company most threatened by the avenue. Boundaries between companies extend forward of the FEBA, but stop short of the combat outpost line (COPL). They extend to the rear far enough to provide sufficient area for the companies to organize their defense in depth. Establishing rear boundaries may become necessary during fluid operations when infilltration and guerrilla activities are possible. Rear boundaries help the company coordinate and control its maneuvers and fires.